Grizzly G0715P 10" 2-HP Hybrid Tablesaw

WOOD magazine rating
Average reader rating
4.6
out of 5
Brand:
Grizzly
Model:
G0715P
Price:
$795

Description

Motor: 2 HP, 110V/220V, single-phase, prewired to 220V
Amps: 16/8
Precision-ground cast iron table w/wings
Measures: 27"D x 40"W
Table height: 34"
Footprint: 20"L x 21-1/2"W
Arbor: 5/8"
Arbor speed: 3850 RPM
Capacity @ 90°: 3-1/8"
Capacity @ 45°: 2-3/16"
Rip capacity: 30" right, 12" left
Quick change between riving knife and splitter guard
Overall size: 60"L x 36"W x 40"H
Approximate shipping weight: 404 lbs.

FEATURES:
White powder coated paint on cabinet
Precision ground cast iron table
Cast iron trunnions
4" dust port
T-slot miter gauge
Camlock T-shaped fence with HDPE face
Easy glide fence system
Quick release riving knife and blade guard assembly
Knurled knobs for adjusting fence
Includes regular as well as dado blade table inserts
Device on blade guard allows enabling or disabling of anti-kickback pawls
Poly-V serpentine belt drive
Includes 10" x 40T carbide-tipped saw blade

WOOD magazine review

Top Tool saw for a good price

Review Summary

This saw earned Top Tool honors in a test of six tablesaws priced between $795 and $1,250 in the May 2014 issue of WOOD. Its 2-hp motor, prewired for 220 volts, cut through all the thick oak we could throw at it without bogging down. Its solid cast-iron top and nearly 400 lb total weight deadens vibration nicely. The rip fence locked solidly and did not deflect, but its scale proved inaccurate. (Grizzly sent a replacement scale that was accurate when we replaced it.
They will do the same under warranty for customers, a spokesman said.) Its miter gauge has stops for 90° and 45° left and right, but the scale was confusing to set in non-5° angles. But the dust collection was excellent, and the blade guard assembly worked nicely and removed easily. We'd prefer cabinet-mounted trunnions, but once we aligned this saw's top-mounted trunnions, they held their alignment completely. For this price, we'd gladly buy this saw and upgrade the miter gauge from the cost savings and pick up a few premium blades, and then enjoy a top-quality cutter.

Detailed Ratings

4.8
out of 5

Performance

5

Features

4

Ease of Use

5

Value

5

Reader Reviews

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Grizzly G0715P 10" 2-HP Hybrid Tablesaw

Review Summary

I wish it was easier to make a zero clearance saw insert.

Detailed Ratings

4.8
out of 5

Performance

5

Features

4

Ease of Use

5

Value

5

GO715p table saw

Review Summary

I bought all Grizzly equipment for my new shop. The table saw works very well, the only issue I have is with the crosscut gauge. It just rests in the table t-slot. They should have made the bar a t-shape instead of a simple rectangle so when you have to pull it out for a wide board you have more control of the squareness of the cut. I taught HS wood shop and Industrial Technology for 34 years before retiring.
The saw in my shop was a 1950's 12" Delta/Rockwell 5hp with three belt drive, a very powerful saw. The Grizzly performs up to the tasks I do on it without a problem. Worth the $795.

Detailed Ratings

4.5
out of 5

Performance

4

Features

5

Ease of Use

4

Value

5

Grizzly Hybrid

Review Summary

I've had this saw since this winter and, for the most, I love it. It is quiet and powerful. The fence is better than I expected. It does everything well, so far. But I'm not completely pleased although some of my complaints are minor. The cabinet forms a lot of space where the collection of dust leaves dust and must be removed by hand. I am also getting some pitting in the table top which I plan to address with Grizzly this week.
It is getting more difficult and costly to get full-kerf blades (which are a requirement) and I am not sure why they made the riving knife this thick. The table insert is not held down so it doesn't sit flat.

Detailed Ratings

4.5
out of 5

Performance

5

Features

4

Ease of Use

4

Value

5

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